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1  Bitcoin / Mycelium / Re: Mycelium Bitcoin Wallet on: December 06, 2014, 05:13:13 PM
Very nice
Eagerly awaiting...

Thank you
2  Bitcoin / Mycelium / Re: Mycelium Bitcoin Wallet on: December 05, 2014, 08:29:35 AM
will coincontrol soon be released? or  is it down on the list?

Any official roadmap link with the next features sorted by priority?

Thank you.
3  Bitcoin / Wallet software / Re: Darkwallet Alpha 6 Release on: October 20, 2014, 08:12:55 PM
Im trying to mix  and I get this:

You have a pending mixer transaction
State is announce, join for 0.8 m฿ (0.25 €)

What am I doing bad? Is announce mixing and mixing automatic??

I put force mixing in options and it says mixing announce  again and again

any link with instructions out there?


autoanswer:

best is to use our forums https://forum.unsystem.net (there is a section for darkwallet)
we also have a mailing list: https://lists.unsystem.net/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/darkwallet, or irc #darkwallet at freenode
4  Bitcoin / Mycelium / Re: Mycelium 2.0 HD - Welcome to the future on: October 09, 2014, 01:52:37 PM
i hope you were thinking about trezor ( host usb)  compatibility, coinshuffle or similar and BitID to become  the PERFECT wallet

thanks for the todo list. Bitid is functional, but we need to do some finetuning on the way we derive the actual keypairs from the seed.

coinshuffle is the most complex task out of this list, but the motivation to do it is big.



hehe, you're welcome, and I'm glad to hear you  are working to improve it even more .

offtopic: Any ETA for the t-shirts shipping?  my freaky side is looking forward to wear it  Roll Eyes
5  Bitcoin / Mycelium / Re: Mycelium 2.0 HD - Welcome to the future on: October 09, 2014, 11:26:56 AM
I love the way to autocomplete the seed verification to avoid some kind of keylogger, very nice.

Now it  is the BEST android wallet out there

i hope you were thinking about trezor ( host usb)  compatibility, coinshuffle or similar and BitID to become  the PERFECT wallet


Good work guys !
6  Economy / Speculation / Re: Is this the reason the bitcoin price is not exploding right now? on: September 17, 2014, 09:12:17 AM

Except Bitcoin already spends more on electricity, than VISA. But processes 0.001% of the amount of transactions VISA does.

Yes, please, compare the VISA's carbon footprint ( all workers + all offices + all "tools") with miners one.

Lies and FUD everywhere. My btcs are securer with PoW , and if you had any, you'd think so too.
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Study shows majority of U.S. consumers ‘unlikely’ to purchase and use bitcoin on: September 06, 2014, 10:48:25 AM
translation: study shows majority of US consumers doesnt know how fiat really works.
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Mycelium added BTC order option for Entropy on Indiegogo on: August 13, 2014, 05:11:14 AM
Not bad, not bad. But  you'll need to allow the ability of trezor signing mycellium's transactions.  This way mycellium turns into a cold wallet (not keeping private keys) when using with trezor.

Keep working in the best android wallet out there. Thank you.

That's technically possible, but would require you to root your phone, since our app would have to load the USB device drivers to make your phone into a master device that you plug things into, instead of it being a slave device that you plug into other things. Our long-term goal is to make Mycelium is as secure as Trezor though.

I have it rooted, and IMHO besides mycellium is a terrific android wallet, it never will be as secure as a trezor. Externals to mycellium bugs, (as android random number generator, or others added by 3letters agencies) could expose private keys.  A cold wallet always  be securer than a hot one  (if your priv key is not there it cannot be exposed or stolen).


except you are planning your own cold wallet (kind of bither...) which you could install in a offline PC  (the "cold" mycellium who signs tx)  and use the online mycelliun as a only watch wallet to send unsigned tx to the cold one) ¿Do you have any secret roadmap to share???  Grin Grin

Best Regards

9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Mycelium added BTC order option for Entropy on Indiegogo on: August 13, 2014, 12:55:16 AM

Mycelium will be at the Cryptolina conference in Raleigh, NC this weekend, August 15-16th, where I will be demonstrating our Mycelium Entropy device live, and **showing off the new BIP32/HD wallet feature in our Mycelium Wallet.** For those who don't know, this will allow you to back up all your bitcoin addresses using only one key (as opposed to making a separate backup for each address), and will make the wallet use a different change address for every transaction, greatly improving security and anonymity. This should also make managing addresses easier, and will allow us to implement CoinJoin for greatly improved anonymity (what DarkWallet uses) and make implementing the BIP70 Merchant Payment Protocol possible (which will make paying for things much easier, resolve some issues with who pays the fees, and help make 0-conf transactions more secure). We are getting really close to finishing it, and I for one am very excited.


Add trezor support and I will marry you Cheesy



Our HD wallet is Trezor compatible, meaning if you lose your Trezor, you can import your backup seed into Mycelium and recover your money.

Not bad, not bad. But  you'll need to allow the ability of trezor signing mycellium's transactions.  This way mycellium turns into a cold wallet (not keeping private keys) when using with trezor.

Keep working in the best android wallet out there. Thank you.
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Mycelium added BTC order option for Entropy on Indiegogo on: August 12, 2014, 08:58:56 PM

Mycelium will be at the Cryptolina conference in Raleigh, NC this weekend, August 15-16th, where I will be demonstrating our Mycelium Entropy device live, and **showing off the new BIP32/HD wallet feature in our Mycelium Wallet.** For those who don't know, this will allow you to back up all your bitcoin addresses using only one key (as opposed to making a separate backup for each address), and will make the wallet use a different change address for every transaction, greatly improving security and anonymity. This should also make managing addresses easier, and will allow us to implement CoinJoin for greatly improved anonymity (what DarkWallet uses) and make implementing the BIP70 Merchant Payment Protocol possible (which will make paying for things much easier, resolve some issues with who pays the fees, and help make 0-conf transactions more secure). We are getting really close to finishing it, and I for one am very excited.


Add trezor support and I will marry you Cheesy

11  Local / Español (Spanish) / Re: Ya puedes comprar un TREZOR on: August 12, 2014, 08:39:12 PM
Correcto BitAddict.

Yo casi compre 1 cuando valían 3BTC, por que era el de metal y se suponía era mejor, pero por suerte, se agotaron, sino ahora me daría de tortas, eso si, esos 3 BTC los emplee en otra cosa aún más ruinosa, asique también los doy por perdidos.  

Cuando baje de precio, me pillare uno para investigar. Eso si, cuidado con el firmware, por que será otro chisme que toque ir actualizando de vez en cuando según encuentren BUGs.

A cuidarse.
Antuam.

Yo también estuve a punto de comprar un TREZOR, pero teniendo ya cold wallet lo vi más bien un capricho y preferí atesorar el bitcoin que costaba.

¿Con respecto al artículo de la vulnerabilidad de los puertos USB, crees que podría llegar afectar a los TREZOR?

http://www.todopocketpc.com/descubierta-una-grave-vulnerabilidad-en-usb-que-compromete-nuestros-ordenadores-2741.html

NO, para poder "firmwarear" el trezor necesitas pinchar el cacharro con los botones presionados ( entra en modo actualización) asi que mientras que un virus/BUG no aprenda a presionar botones lo veo dificil. Ademas los firmwares van firmados y antes de actualizar pide que verifiques la firma.

distinto es que los de trezor firmen un firmware defectuoso. Ahi si que tendríamos problemas.
A mi me encanta, y lo recomiendo. Aunque hasta que no lo incorporen los monederos habituales no se le podrá sacar todo el partido.
 
Aqui unos posibles vectores de ataque al trezor, algunos no son muy realistas pero bueno mejor pecar de paranoico.....
http://www.reddit.com/r/TREZOR/comments/2cpmey/can_someone_tell_me_a_vulnerability_of_the_trezor/

12  Local / Español (Spanish) / Re: ANX lanza la primera tarjeta de débito de un plataforma de intercambio on: July 19, 2014, 08:18:18 AM
Gracias, esperando la verificación.  Grin
13  Local / Español (Spanish) / Re: ANX lanza la primera tarjeta de débito de un plataforma de intercambio on: July 18, 2014, 02:23:04 PM
que diferencia hay entre anx
https://www.anxbtc.com/

 y anxpro?

https://anxpro.com/

hay que crearse dos cuentas distintas o son la misma?
14  Bitcoin / Mycelium / Re: Mycelium Bitcoin Wallet on: June 25, 2014, 05:24:12 PM
Aghhh why didnt you choose a crowdfunding website where bitcoins were allowed. Now i'll have to use paypal .... ( and everyone knows each time anybody uses it , a little puppy is killed)
15  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: [ANN]*SITE UP* FrozenBit Multisignature & Multiplatform Secure Bitcoin Wallets on: June 24, 2014, 07:47:21 PM
thank you for hearing our suggestions.

eagerly awaiting your release...
16  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: [ANN]*SITE UP* FrozenBit Multisignature & Multiplatform Secure Bitcoin Wallets on: June 24, 2014, 09:53:44 AM
you should auto-redirect from http to https.

And why are you asking for a phone number? it should be optional.

 Thanks for catching that, looks like someone forgot to set it up.

 Also we're exploring secure options that could replace SMS, but note one of our features were boasting is 24/7 SMS balance change alerts. I'll see what it comes to though. I just wanted to show our site is done.

google auth  is better and safer than SMS, and keeps your privacy , so SMS only should be available as another type of 2nd factor auth. not a mandatory one.


Edit: I've seen you have removed phone number from sign up form. Nice
17  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: [ANN]*SITE UP* FrozenBit Multisignature & Multiplatform Secure Bitcoin Wallets on: June 23, 2014, 09:56:33 AM
you should auto-redirect from http to https.

And why are you asking for a phone number? it should be optional.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: During all this fear about the 51% you missed......... on: June 09, 2014, 07:56:42 PM
If I have to use a multisig online wallet the only things I ask for are:

in a 2 of 3 multisign I have to create the 3 priv keys  and I am the one who gives one of them to the online wallet.

the other 2 will be cold priv keys  ( one on a trezor/coldwallet and the other on a paperwallet)


privs keys generated for third-parties are not enough for a serious user.

IMHO is better an aproach like this:
https://api.trustedcoin.com/#/example-2-of-3




 Everything is done in browser for you, client side. So you technically make the keys. Using the open-source portion you can create your own addresses offline. Thus fufilling both your requests. What needs to be known is this product has to be able to reach everyone. Not just technically proficent, it's IMPERATIVE for the spread of multisig.


"Priv keys generated for third-parties are not enough for a serious user."

 That claim isn't tested, so I can't attest or confirm that. No business I know of is currently embracing multi-sig. I do know of businesses I've been in contact with that does want to use multi-sig but just couldn't piece it together.

 Bitcoin is built for a global economy so no one has to exchange currency anymore. All money united into one math based coin. Multisig is based on securing pockets trustlessly and providing the need for businesses to get involved. The last thing we want to hear about is a business getting robbed of millions in coins because a rouge employee or floating key.

 Trusted coin is nice, but it has a withdraw delay. If you need to pay on the fly you simply can't. Also it's a little clunky and it's not clear on how to access your coins. Simplicity, usability and accessibility is what FrozenBit does.

Can All three keys be generated offline? and then, one of them sent to you? sorry if i didnt undestand, but not too much info about how it works in your web/post

I understand your desire of bringing  easiness , but when we talk about btc, security goes first.


watching this project.... good luck

19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: During all this fear about the 51% you missed......... on: June 09, 2014, 07:31:05 PM
If I have to use a multisig online wallet the only things I ask for are:

in a 2 of 3 multisign I have to create the 3 priv keys  and I am the one who gives one of them to the online wallet.

the other 2 will be cold priv keys  ( one on a trezor/coldwallet and the other on a paperwallet)


privs keys generated for third-parties ( or even online created ones) are not enough for a serious user.

IMHO is better an aproach like this:
https://api.trustedcoin.com/#/example-2-of-3


20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Ideas on inexpensive, portable laptop to use as Bitcoin Cold Storage? on: June 04, 2014, 04:50:41 PM
an old or even damaged, android phone without sim and  airplane mode will be enough

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=606238.40

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